Documents updated 30 July
Safety and Event Plan added 9 August
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Proposal to convert to a SCIO - update 29/5/19
The proposition that Chanonry Sailing Club applies to OSCR, the Scottish Charity Regulator, to become a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) was passed by a vote of 25 in favour and 2 against. More...
On our website you'll find a great deal of information about our activities for current and prospective members. Membership is open to all ages interested in sailing. Basic, refresher and advanced training and coaching sessions are conducted along with a variety of shore-based courses. The club has some dinghies for the use of members.
For yacht owners, we have summer trot moorings (boats up to 32 foot) and our own small drying harbour. There is intra- and inter-club racing as well as a programme of organised cruises.
We also have an active coastal rowing group with two St Ayles rowing skiffs.
You need a password to access the Members' Area on the site. Use the contact form to request a reminder and also to send comments and questions.
Chanonry Sailing Club Provides:
Buy & Sell
Health & Safety
Moray Yacht Axis
Race Officer Duties
Risk & Safety Plan
Safety Boat Duties
The Club acknowledges the support of the
Ross & Cromarty Sports Council